In the last transfer window, Kaizer Chiefs didn't had enough time to sign all the players they wanted and this has already affected their DStv Premiership season. They are struggling to collect maximum points as they are not ruthless in front of goals. According to the latest information at our disposal, the Soweto giants are reportedly interested in signing Al Ahly striker Junior Ajayi in the next transfer window, which will open in January 2022.
Signing a striker is Chiefs' main priority as their number one striker Samir Nurkovic is struggling at the moment. According to the reports, Ajayi is not in Al Ahly's coach Pitso Mosimane's plans.
It is understood that Amakhosi wants to have him via loan deal first, then they can sign him permanently. It is also understood that the striker is keen on making a move to Naturena if both parties agrees to terms.
North African giants, Raja Casablanca and Pyramids are believed to be monitoring the situation. The 25-year-old Ajayi from Nigeria will see his contract ending in June 2022.
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